A student has become the first person in the UK to be convicted for using a 3D printer to manufacture a gun. Tendai Muswere, 26, pleaded guilty at Southwark crown court on Wednesday to the charge of manufacturing a 3D printed gun. Muswere claimed he was unaware the weapon he had printed was capable of firing. During a second search of his property, in February , police found further components of a 3D printed gun. The Metropolitan police said there was not widespread concern about the printing of guns in London. While plans for guns can be created or downloaded online, not all parts can be printed off — in other words, a gun cannot be manufactured by simply downloading plans online and using a 3D printer.
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The teenager, who has not been identified because he is a minor, conspired with another person to travel to the Middle East with the intention of joining ISIS and "perhaps cause trouble in the United States," prosecutor Kevin Brackett alleged. Because South Carolina does not have anti-terrorism laws, the youth was convicted on Tuesday of illegal possession of a handgun, an offense punishable by up to five years in prison, Brackett said. But he was in contact with people in North Carolina who shared his views and he had embraced this sort of radical Islamic ideology and he wanted to travel to the Middle East to join ISIS and join that cause," added Brackett. During the Tuesday hearing in the town of York, Brackett alleged that the youth wanted to use the handgun to shoot US military personnel. The youth, who was arrested in February, apologized to the court for his actions and said he did not intend to carry out his plans.